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What are anatomical directional terms and how are they used?

What is anatomical position in Ar?

  • Anatomical position is the description of any region or part of the body in a specific stance. In the anatomical position, the body is upright, directly facing the observer, feet flat and directed forward. The upper limbs are at the body’s sides with the palms facing forward. Like so: Image captured in AR using Human Anatomy Atlas.

What is the anatomical position of the body?

  • In the anatomical position, the body is upright, directly facing the observer, feet flat and directed forward. The upper limbs are at the body’s sides with the palms facing forward. Like so: You’ve probably seen all sorts of pictures of the body in your A&P textbooks that look like this.

What are the different levels of classification in anatomy?

  • 1 Anterior: 2 Posterior: 3 Proximal: 4 Ventral: 5 Superior: 6 Inferior: 7 Bilateral: 8 Unilateral: 9 Ipsilateral: 10 Contralateral: More items...

image-What are anatomical directional terms and how are they used?
image-What are anatomical directional terms and how are they used?
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